Estonia to pilot computer based math lessons

When the school year begins in Estonia, students at between 30 and 40 schools will be the first to test a new computer based math program, which focuses more on problem solving. The program will deviate from arithmetic centric lessons, and instead teach students to use computers for calculations. Officials say the math program is part of the country's shift to integrating more technology in schools, which includes teaching computer coding to young students.

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